Paradise Point

Overview

Paradise Point is a sweet suburb at the northern end of the Gold Coast. Its size and position have helped it to maintain a village feel. The suburb lies on the Broadwater and has direct access to the Coomera River. It is well serviced by boat ramps and marinas. The Sovereign Islands and Ephraim Island are the latest developments in the suburb of Paradise Point. The area is protected from the ocean by South Stradbroke Island which lies off the coast. Hollywell sits directly south of Paradise Point bordering Runaway Bay.

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Residential
Paradise Point is made up mainly of houses, many with waterfront views. Many older houses are being bought for their land value as land is scarce in the area. Houses in Paradise Point range from moderately priced to tipping into the millions.
Shopping
Runaway Bay Shopping Village is a five minute drive and has a number of specialty stores as well as Woolworths, Coles, Big W and Target. 10 minutes away is Harbour Town Shopping Centre, an outlet haven that is home to a number of brand names. There are small shops along the Paradise Point Esplanade overlooking the Broadwater.
Schools
Coombabah Primary and High school, St. Francis Xavier (Private Catholic).
Retirement
Runaway Bay Village has serviced studio apartments available.
Medical
Paradise Point Medical Clinic, 20 Falkinder Ave, Paradise Point

Transport
Buses run through Paradise Point twice an hour. There is also easy access to the M1 Motorway from this area.

Recreation
Paradise Point has a beautiful park overlooking the Broadwater just opposite the Paradise Point Village shops. It is a lovely spot for a picnic or barbecue and has a lagoon swimming enclosure. Boating and fishing are very popular in this area and it is well serviced by ramps and marinas. Paradise Point has a bowls club which has a covered green.
Golf
Hope Island Resort is about a 10-minute drive from Paradise Point. It holds an 18-hole championship golf course designed by five time British Open champion Peter Thomson and his architect firm, Thomson Perrett. Visitors are welcome.

Source:http://www.goldcoast.com.au/property/paradise-point.html

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